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High Country News July 18, 1988

Can nuclear waste be salted away?

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Can nuclear waste be salted away?

All is not well with the nation's first planned nuclear-waste dump, the Waste Isolation Pilot Project.

Essays

Rhythms of the forest

We need to expand our view of time, give natural events more space and look for the heartbeats that keep it all running.

Perspective

O'Toole is the Adam Smith of forest economics

O'Toole has done all of us, including the Forest Service, a great favor. His genius and hard work have shown us that the national forests are governed by a welter of laws whose purpose and workings are exactly the same as those of the 1872 Mining Law.

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